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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Jeanne_HugoJeanne Hugo - Wikipedia

    Jeanne Hugo From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Léopoldine Clémence Adèle Lucie Jeanne Hugo (29 September 1869 – 30 November 1941) was a Belgian-born French heiress and socialite during La Belle Époque. She was a granddaughter of French novelist, poet, and politician Victor Hugo.

  2. Jeanne Hugo nació en Bruselas el 29 de septiembre de 1869, la tercera hija del periodista Charles Hugo y su esposa Alice Le Haene. Su hermano mayor murió cuando era un bebé antes de su nacimiento. Su hermano mayor sobreviviente fue el artista Georges Victor-Hugo. Sus abuelos paternos fueron el escritor y político Victor Hugo y Adèle Foucher .

  3. Jeanne Hugo nació en Bruselas el 29 de septiembre de 1869, tercera hija del periodista Charles Hugo y Alice Le Haene. Su hermano es el artista Georges Victor-Hugo. Sus abuelos paternos son, respectivamente, el escritor y político Victor Hugo y Adèle Foucher. Es bisnieta de Joseph Léopold Sigisbert Hugo y Sophie Trébuchet.

  4. Léopoldine Clémence Adèle Lucie Jeanne Hugo ( 29 septembre 1869 - 30 novembre 1941) est née en Belgique pendant l'exil de Victor Hugo. Elle est la petite-fille du romancier, poète et homme politique français. Sommaire 1 Petite enfance et famille 2 Vie privée 3 Notes et références 4 Liens externes Petite enfance et famille

  5. Victor Hugo’s granddaughter Jeanne (1869-1941) was the apple of his eye. She knew Guernsey well. She married a childhood friend, the controversial author Léon Daudet (1867-1942), who had plenty to say about Victor Hugo – very little of it complimentary. The marriage did not last long.

  6. Jeanne M. Hugo is a South African artist living and working in Cape Town. Her views of the outside world have been theatrically influenced by the porthole through which she observed passing shores during a six year sojourn working on various cruise liners as an Art Director.

  7. 28/06/2002 · Not Mme. Jean Hugo and son, as previously published (real personages, although not of the appropriate age for this dated portrait), but actually Jeanne Hugo, grand-daughter of Victor Hugo, the revered French author, and her son, Charles Daudet. The title, Madame Hugo and her Son, is an invented appellation combining Jeanne Hugo's maiden name ...